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First Turns Of The Season On Teton Pass This Morning - October 7, 2011

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Originally Posted To My Blog, Point Of Release

I had no plans to ski today, but Ungrounded’s MS called me up last night and convinced me we should try. She’s leaving for Thailand this afternoon and this morning was her only shot at turns for the next month. Why not? There looked to be about a foot of fresh when we got to the top of the pass, though it was scattered among two foot high bushes. We hiked to the top of Telemark Bowl and got 10 or so fairly decent turns in. If our footage is decent, I plan on posting a video later tonight. Plans are also in the works for Targhee tomorrow. Stay tuned and check out our photos from this morning below!

 

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Edited by pointofrelease - 10/7/11 at 11:09am
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You will usually find a better wind deposit on Avalanche Bowl.  Better and safer skiing there.  I hope you guys had a good time.

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I have a hard time wrapping my mind around screwing up the rest of your season, for 10 combat turns through the brush. But to each their own. 

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Originally Posted by pointofrelease View Post

Originally Posted To My Blog, Point Of ReleaseI had no plans to ski today, but Ungrounded’s MS called me up last night and convinced me we should try. She’s leaving for Thailand this afternoon and this morning was her only shot at turns for the next month. Why not? There looked to be about a foot of fresh when we got to the top of the pass, though it was scattered among two foot high bushes. We hiked to the top of Telemark Bowl and got 10 or so fairly decent turns in. If our footage is decent, I plan on posting a video later tonight. Plans are also in the works for Targhee tomorrow. Stay tuned and check out our photos from this morning below!

 

First-Turns-On-Telemark-Bowl-Teton-Pass-October7-2011-3-698x465.jpg

 

First-Turns-On-Telemark-Bowl-Teton-Pass-October7-2011-14-698x465.jpg

 

First-Turns-On-Telemark-Bowl-Teton-Pass-October7-2011-10-698x465.jpg

 

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First-Turns-On-Telemark-Bowl-Teton-Pass-October7-2011-4-698x465.jpg

 

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I think that's the definition of spotty coverage. haha Sick pics though. Winters getting closer :)

 

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Good to know, thanks for the info.
 

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You will usually find a better wind deposit on Avalanche Bowl.  Better and safer skiing there.  I hope you guys had a good time.



 

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